Restricted and Dangerous Items
It is prohibited to carry any of the following items on Checked-in Baggage:
Objects susceptible to risking the aircraft's safety, the passengers or the goods on board of such aircraft, according to what's declared by the Civil Aviation Law and its guidelines, Domestic and International air regulations and in the manuals and conditions of the same Airline. Here are some but are not limited to the following:
- Flammable liquids or gasses (gasoline, paints, and gas refills)
- Firearms or Explosives (Ammunition, fireworks, signal flares)
- Industrial products or household goods (bleach, aerosols, mercury or solvents)
- Matches or Lighters
- Corrosive materials (acids, wet batteries, etc)
- Hazardous materials or substances
- Magnetized materials
- Oxidizing materials (like peroxide)
- Radioactive materials
- Chemical substances
- Portfolios or cases with alarm mechanisms installed
For international flights, objects that are prohibited by the laws or regulations applicable to the country of departure or arrival will be also forbidden.
Objects that, to the Airlines discretion, could be dangerous or unsafe for the operation due to its weight, size or form, for which the Airline should take into account, among other things, the type of aircraft in use and if items are packed properly.
Firearms or ammunition. If the Airline, accepts to transport firearms or ammunition, its transport will be subject to what the Civil Aviation Law and its Regulations establishes, in the current contract and in the Airline manuals, indicating among other requisites, that they should be transported unloaded, with the safe on, conveniently packed, in the aircraft's cargo compartment and with the authorization of corresponding authority for its possession and transportation. The transportation of more than 5 kilograms of ammunition, per passenger is prohibited.
Fragile or perishable objects, money, currency, jewelry, artwork, precious metals, silverware, securities and any other valuable objects such as expensive cloths, optic devices, electronics, televisions, computers, video and photo cameras, radio frequency transmitters, business documents, passports, and investment securities. The Airline will not be responsible for any lost, damaged or stolen articles mentioned above.
Incubators or stretchers. All checked-in baggage should be inspected to confirm its content; such inspection could be done manually and in presence of its owner (passenger) or done through the use of electronic devices where the presence of the passenger is not necessary. If the Airline has reasons to suspect that the passenger could be carrying with him or in its luggage a forbidden item or one that could be considered a felony, then, the Airline will call the corresponding authorities to take care of the situation.
Carry-On Forbidden Items
In addition to the items mentioned on the policy ¨ Forbidden Checked-in Baggage Articles¨ are also prohibited when carrying balloons, balls or inflated balls, fishing rods, umbrellas, spears, darts, batons, domestic tools, surgical instruments or piercing objects, glass, mirrors and any other item that, could be dangerous to the passengers, crew or aircraft.